CONCORD – The state Department of Health and Human Services’ website showed four more COVID-19 deaths on Saturday and 14 new cases.
InDepthNH.org is publishing the risk data below from the DHHS website that shows of the 5,871 people who have been infected, the risk was highest at almost 41 percent for “cluster-associated” cases, meaning three or more cases within a workplace or facility with evidence of transmission occurring within that location.
The next highest risk factor at almost 21 percent was contact with someone who had COVID-19, just slightly higher than the 19 percent from community transmission, 15 percent from international or domestic travel with 4 percent being unclear.
Of the 380 total COVID-19 deaths, the risk with cluster-associated cases including long-term care settings amounted to 82 percent followed by community transmission at 9.5 percent, international or domestic travel at 3.7 percent, contact with someone who had the virus at 2.9 percent and it was unknown in 1.8 percent of the deaths.
The data below also includes age ranges, and cases by gender, race and ethnicity.